The spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry dismissed the idea of a new agreement in parallel with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, saying the ongoing meetings in Vienna only pursue ways for the return of the JCPOA violator, namely the US, to the nuclear deal.
A group of American lawmakers has put forward a draft legislation that seeks to prevent Saudi Arabia from acquiring nuclear weapons amid reports about suspected attempts by the kingdom to process uranium and move toward the development of atomic bombs.
An informed source tells Press TV that only the removal of all sanctions together against Iran will save the Vienna talks.
Diplomats from the remaining parties to a landmark 2015 Iran nuclear deal have agreed to continue bilateral and multilateral negotiations as well as technical consultations within the next days.
The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on his Wednesday remarks said officials have decided to continue talks with P4+1 countries on the JCPOA but warned against protraction of talks and once again reiterated that Iran would only return to its commitments under the accord once it has verified that all U.S. sanctions have been removed.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned against protracted talks aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal, reiterating that Iran will only return to its commitments under the accord once it has verified that all U.S. sanctions have been removed.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei underlined that the ongoing talks between Iran and the Group 4+1 (China, Russia, Britain and France plus Germany) should not take long.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister and top negotiator Seyed Abbas Araqchi underlined that his country would never allow other parties to prolong talks underway in Vienna, and warned that negotiations will continue only if they prove constructive.
Deputy Head of Commission on Industries and Mines of Majlis says Chinese and Russian companies have announced their readiness for financing projects in Iran, reiterating that those companies which left the country after the U.S. sanctions will not be allowed to easily enter Iran’s market.
Stating that the recent terror act in Natanz facility demonstrates the frustration of the enemies, the Atomic Energy Organization Of Iran said that Natanz facilities will move forward with utmost speed towards the set targets.